This unique guide has been fully updated to reflect changes in the field since the previous edition, including expanded sections on genetics, new material on neuroinflammation, and neuropsychiatric presentations, and updated information on headache and epilepsy.
With accurate, concise guidance and a helpful pharmacopoeia chapter, this handbook is the essential companion for any trainee or qualified paediatrician or paediatric neurologist.
- Paperback | 704 pages
- 102 x 182 x 25mm | 408g
- 01 Jul 2018
- Oxford University Press
- Oxford, United Kingdom
- 3rd Revised edition
Other books in this series
14 Jun 2016
26 Apr 2015
Table of contents
2: Neurodiagnostic Tools
3: Signs and Symptoms
4: Specific Conditions
5: Consultation with other services
About Rob Forsyth
Adviser for the British Paediatric Neurology Association and secretary of the European Committee of National Training Advisers in child neurology. He is on the editorial board of European Journal of Paediatric Neurology and a former member of the editorial board of Developmental Medicine and Child
Richard Newton trained at King's and Guy's in London and then completed a GP Vocational training Scheme in Humberside. A growing interest in Paediatric Neurology then took him to Manchester where he completed his Higher Specialist Training. He has been a consultant in Paediatric Neurology to the Manchester Children's Hospitals since 1983 and their Director of Clinical Services, later Medical Director from 1988 to 1997. He is the author of over 70 peer-reviewed papers, 20 chapters and
author/editor of 6 books with a special research interest in febrile seizures, psycho-social stress in pregnancy and its relationship to adverse outcome, the immunological basis of childhood encephalopathy, headache and medical aspects of Down's syndrome. He is past-President of the British Paediatric
Neurology Association and the European Association of Learning Disability Medicine (MAMH). He was Chairman of the Education and Training Committee of the European Paediatric Neurology Society from 2010-2014.